Globally, the single most important source of greenhouse gas emissions from grazing systems is enteric methane (CH4) arising as a by-product of the fermentation of feed in the reticulo-rumen of ruminants (Clark et al., 2005). Methane is implicated in global warming and in countries where livestock constitutes a major emission source such as New Zealand, international commitments are driving research to develop emission reduction technologies, for which accurate measurements of CH4 emissions are ...Continued

CS, Pinares-Patino, P Lovejoy, C Hunt, R Martin, G Molano, GC Waghorn, and H Clark

Proceedings of the New Zealand Society of Animal Production, Volume 68, Brisbane, Australia, 29-30, 2008
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